Interline Cruises

Group Cruises

Discounts on cruises, resorts and tours for airline staff, pensioners, friends & family. Offer discounts on large cruise ships and river cruises to airline employees, their parents, other family members and friends. Choose a cruise line below to jump to the respective interline authorization rules: WATERWAYS AMA AZAMARA BARGING THROUGH FRANCE CARNIVAL Special discounts on cruises, resorts and tours for airline staff, pensioners, friends & family. Cruise lines may be available from time to time:

INCLINE Cruises, Interline, Interline Travel, Interline Discount

Staff from other airlines, Amtrak, Federal Express, DHL, United Parcel Service (UPS), Worldspan, Sabre, Galileo/Apollo, Amadeus and members of the Airline Pilots' Association (ALPA), Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), International Airlines Travel Agent Network (IATAN) and National Air Traffic Controllers Association (NATCA) may also participate. Spouses, parent/parent (s), in-laws and dependants may in some cases be able to reserve a cabin if the interline-enabled passenger is not travelling.

Pensioners of airlines and airlines can also be considered. To view the terms and conditions for each line, please click below. Up to two cabins can be booked at an interline rebate. Spouses or parents of airlines staff (as specified above) and Sabre, Worldspan, Galileo/Apollo or Amadeus staff are entitled to interline rebate cabin reservations.

Pensioned members of staff of the carrier are also entitled if the carrier is still in business (e.g. pensioned members of staff of Pan American Airways are not qualified). Qualified staff must present identification of their companies at the dock. The interline tariffs only apply to new reservations. If you book Interline, you do not entitle to Azamara-passit.

Passengers may reserve two interline discounted cabins for themselves and their immediate dependants, together with their spouses, parent and dependants aged 21 years or younger, as long as a dependant is travelling on the same boat and on the same date. An interline entitled guest's husband, parent or dependant son (21 years or younger) can reserve a cabin if the interline entitled passenger does not travel.

Replaced airlines' staff can also reserve a cabin if the carrier is still in use. Up to two cabins can be booked at an interline rebate. Spouses or parents of airlines staff (as specified above) and Sabre, Worldspan, Galileo/Apollo or Amadeus staff are entitled to interline rebate cabin reservations.

Pensioned members of staff of the carrier are also entitled if the carrier is still in service (e.g. pensioned members of staff of Pan American Airways are not qualified). Qualified staff must present identification of their companies at the dock. The interline tariffs only apply to new reservations. Pensioners of these organisations are also entitled to funding if the enterprise is still in use.

Spouses, in-laws, parent and dependants aged 21 and over can also reserve a cabin if the interline entitled passenger does not travel. It is also possible to reserve a cabin for a pilot currently working for a national or multinational freight carrier such as Federal Express, DHL Worldwide Express, Astar AirCar or United Parcel Service (UPS).

Pensioned airlines' staff and freight pilot retirees are entitled to reserve a cabin if the carrier is still in service (e.g. Pan American Airways retirees are not qualified). Entitled attendees may not be members of the Crystal Society. For Crystal Interline rebates click here. Pensioned members of staff of the carrier are also entitled if the carrier is still in business (e.g. pensioned members of staff of Pan American Airways are not qualified).

Spouses, in-laws, parent and dependants of an interline entitled passenger may reserve a cabin if the interline entitled passenger does not travel. Qualified staff must present identification of their companies at the dock. Pensioned members of staff of airlines, even those who have left retirement, are also entitled to participate.

Spouses, in-laws, parent and dependants of an interline entitled customer are qualified if the interline entitled customer does not travel. Spouses, in-laws, parent and dependants over 21 years of age qualify if the interline-entitled customer does not travel. Pensioned airlines are also entitled to participate. Pensioned airlines and are also entitled to participate.

This discount also applies to the parent, partner, grandparents, kids, brothers and sisters, grandkids and in-laws of the entitled staff member who also sails. No more than two cabins are allowed per interline authorized passenger. Qualified staff must present identification of their companies at the dock.

Please click here for interline rebates. Up to two interline discounted cabins can be booked by these passengers for themselves and their immediate families, which includes the partner and dependants as long as an interline entitled passenger travels on the same boat and on the same day.

Spouses, in-laws and parent (s) of an interline entitled person can reserve a cabin if the interline entitled person is not travelling. Replaced airlines' staff are also entitled to reserve a cabin. Up to two cabins can be booked at an interline rebate. Passengers are entitled to interline rebate cabin reservations from the following: spouses or parent of an airlines staff member (as specified above) and Sabre, Worldspan, Galileo/Apollo or Amadeus staff.

Pensioned members of staff of the carrier are also entitled if the carrier is still in business (e.g. pensioned members of staff of Pan America Airways are not qualified). Qualified staff must present proof of identity of their companies when making the reservation. The interline tariffs only apply to new reservations. Furthermore, the Interline programme in the United States comprises Galileo/Apollo, Worldspan, Amadeus and Sabre.

Spouses, in-laws and parent (s) of an interline entitled person can reserve a cabin if the interline entitled person is not travelling. Pensioned members of staff of the carrier are also entitled if the carrier is still in business (e.g. pensioned members of staff of Pan American Airways are not qualified). For Princess Interline rebates click here.

Passengers may reserve two interline discounted cabins for themselves and their immediate dependants, together with their spouses, parent and dependants aged 21 years or younger, as long as a dependant is travelling on the same boat and on the same date. Replaced airlines' staff are also entitled to reserve a cabin.

Pensioned members of staff of the carrier are also entitled if the carrier is still in business (e.g. pensioned members of staff of Pan American Airways are not qualified). Spouses, couples, in-laws and dependants aged 21 and over may also reserve a cabin if the interline entitled passenger is travelling and at the sole option of Regent Seven Seas Cruises.

Up to two cabins can be booked at an interline rebate. Spouses or parents of airlines staff (as specified above) and Sabre, Worldspan, Galileo/Apollo or Amadeus staff are entitled to interline rebate cabin reservations. Pensioned members of staff of the carrier are also entitled if the carrier is still in business (e.g. pensioned members of staff of Pan American Airways are not qualified).

Qualified staff must present identification of their companies at the dock. The interline tariffs only apply to new reservations. Please click here for rebates for our products. Pensioned members of staff of the carrier are also entitled if the carrier is still in business (e.g. pensioned members of staff of Pan American Airways are not qualified).

Two cabins can be booked with the interline rebate. Spouses of a present or pensioned member of staff of the carrier can also reserve a cabin if the member of staff of the carrier is not travelling. Please click here for Windstar Interline rebates.

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